Kashan is a city of Northwestern Iran famous for the high quality of its carpets woven in the Safavid period. From the late 18th century carpet production declined until late in the 19th century. Kashan carpets are typically curvilinear in design and often have a pendant or diamond type medallion in the center with floral and arabesque design scrolling outwards. Carpets are woven on a cotton foundation with double cotton weft. Colors are richly saturated and often a deep red ground predominates. Some silk carpets are woven in Kashan as natural silk is produced in this region.
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